Visitors to the Seattle area will enjoy the unique cultural tour to Tillicum Village at Blake Island State Park. The village features an authentic Salish longhouse where visitors learn about the early history and culture of the Puget Sound tribal groups while enjoying a meal of alder-smoked salmon.
Blake Island is believed to be the birthplace of Chief Sealth of the Duwamish people. Visitors are treated to authentic Coast Salish native dances and story telling highlighting the culture of the native tribes.
The four-hour tour starts with an Argosy Cruise boat ride to Blake Island. Visitors are met by native villagers and offered a drink of traditional clam nectar. They are guided into the longhouse where they see the locally-caught salmon cooking over the alderwood fire. The buffet meal includes Pacific Northwest cuisine.
Visitors will have time to see the gift shops and walk around Blake Island State Park where they will can see spectacular views of the Seattle skyline and the Olympic Peninsula before returning to the Seattle waterfront.
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